Side Note: Cool Stuff.

Taking a break from my usual verbal stupidity to share these videos with you:

Warning: Watching these videos may cause you to spontaneously quit your job, pack up your life and spend every dollar to your name.

MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

Where do you want to go?
What do you want to learn there?
What do you want to eat there?

  1. Melissa said:

    *gasp* blog content stealer! 😉

    • Brynn said:

      Uh oh! Did you post these too? Looks like we’re both taking a break from the ordinary!

      • Melissa said:

        I posted the link to all of them a little while ago, but just put up the foodie one (I stayed true to my theme!)

        They’re amazing, creatively edited. And how cute is that guy?!

      • Brynn said:

        That makes sense! And yes, they are ridiculously good. And no comment 😉

  2. now THIS is what i have always been wanting to do all my life, to just pack everything and discover the world beyond the concrete jungle. Away from all eletronic devices and all the creature comforts just to see what’s out there 🙂 well done!!

    • Brynn said:

      my life dream! thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

  3. I love the move video! and yes, I want to quit my (non-existent) job, pack up my bags, and spend all the money in my pocket!

  4. Scotland would be my first choice of where to visit. I’d want to visit the neighbors in Ireland and Britain while there. Israel, second. France third, Germany fourth. Poland and Romania would be on my list. The Poles are a remarkable people. Constantly conquered and divided up between their neighbors, yet their identity has been irrepressible.

    Since World War 2 is my first love of history, I’d be looking for WW2 history in most of those except for Israel. Plenty of Seven Years War history there as well. And many other wars, but those two are the most interesting of the European continent for me.

    If I’m honest, my eating would most likely be very non-adventurous on my travels. I’m not an adventurer when it comes to food. If I don’t know what’s in it, I likely won’t eat it. The exotic wines would do me no good since I don’t drink. :> I’d probably sample one or two of the safer local cuisines though. Particularly in countries where I have a friend I could trust to steer me rightly.

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